Packers cornerback Charles Woodson threw out the first pitch at today’s Milwaukee Brewers game at Miller Park, then appeared in the press box and talked a little football with reporters, according to Tom Oates of the Wisconsin State Journal. “I just came around, took physicals, got into the meeting room and picked up one of these brand new I-Pads that they passed out with all of our playbook on it,” explained Woodson. “I just came in to just be around for a minute, put my eyes on some guys and see what was going on. That was it. I wasn't practicing this week. I had no intentions of it. But, of course, we’ve got a mandatory (minicamp) coming up in a few weeks and I'll get out there and run around with the guys.” The hot topic this offseason is whether the Packers will move Woodson from cornerback to safety. “I hear all the reports about moving to safety, but I don't think there's any more I could do on the football field than I already do,” Woodson said. “I think the only thing that would ever change is just the title, from being a corner to a safety. But I’m a football player. I can do anything on that football field and they can put me anywhere and they know that. All the talk about, ‘Is he going to play safety?’ I kind of already play safety. So it wouldn't be that big of a jump if that was the thing.”
Woodson talks football at Brewers game
Nov. 6, 2013
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